Argo’s Realistic Soundscape

Argo walks such a delicate line between historic realism and Hollywood caper commonalities, that sound design obviously had to play an integral role in creating the world. Yet, the sound was so subtle and precise that I don’t remember it particularly standing out amongst all the other wonderful craftsmanship in the film. Watching this piece, you learn that Affleck made a smart choice to keep the sound “raw and gritty.” Something I believe grounds the picture, even when it moves into its more over-the-top terrain.

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